I just got together some of the materials for my next crafting projects and thought you would enjoy a sneak peek at them:
Yes, besides the 12th century clothing project for my dear sweetheart, for our 12th century wedding at the great Gulf Wars event next year in Mississippi, I am also having joy with planning some more or less “small” side projects.
Among some other small side projects, I am going to make a 14th century hood with daggings and embroidery for a beautiful lady and good friend of mine. Furthermore I will also make at least one other nailbinded cap and a 16th century belt pouch. Yes, my near future is filled with many interesting crafting projects. And I am very looking forward to make all of them… 🙂
The beautiful wool fabric, which my dear friend provided for her hood, is already prewashed and ready for the next step. But before I can cut it, I still have to also prewash the lovely silks she gave me for the lining and the applique embroidery...
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Many thanks to Greig from Rockett’s Forge and Brass Works for providing me with this great 16th century purse frame reproduction – it is such a lovely, inspiring and challenging project. I am sure that it will cost me some sleepless nights until I figured out how to make it work but it is definitely worth it! 😀